Articles and researches

January 5, 2020

What we know about vaping-related lung illness | MNN

Federal health officials think they know what’s causing a mysterious vaping-related lung illness that has sickened more than 2,200 people and caused dozens of deaths. Vitamin […]
January 5, 2020

Saving New Zealand’s kakapo from extinction

One of the world’s rarest birds, the kakapo, is on the brink of extinction. Found only on some New Zealand sanctuaries, it is the planet’s only […]
January 5, 2020

Almost half of Denmark’s electricity in 2019 came from wind power | MNN

Denmark is only about half the size of South Carolina, but it produces more of its electricity from wind than any other country in the world. […]
January 5, 2020

The eco-friendly wellness guide to Savannah, Georgia

Savannah is just as beautiful as it looks in pictures. Since Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil — both the book and the movie […]
January 5, 2020

What happened to Baby Yoda Cat? | MNN

The tale of an injured cat with a striking resemblance to a popular “Star Wars” character has taken a strange turn. The uplifting tale went awry […]
January 5, 2020

Eco-house in Chile thrives in every season

Karina Duque had a unique conundrum to overcome when it came to the design of the KDDK House. Located in Frutillar, Chile, the eco-home’s site had […]
January 5, 2020

Color-changing brittle stars can see — even without eyes | MNN

The red brittle star doesn’t have eyes in the traditional sense. But this marine creature still is able to use vision to find its way through […]
January 5, 2020

BIG plans unveiled for pedestrian paradise in Downtown Brooklyn

After nearly a year of research, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) and WXY Studio have unveiled their visions for improving Downtown Brooklyn — a 370-acre urban district […]